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    • Dude
    • 11.07.12 | 07:30 (IDT)

    I may be wrong, but I'll try to explain the Levy committee's justification. The idea is that in the Jordan peace agreement Israel got rights to all of the land in the West Bank. The agreement said that Israel needs to make peace with the Palestinians though and follow through with the Oslo Peace process, and until then the Palestinians are in limbo on Israeli land, where Israel doesn't want them, and wants them to create their own state. As we all know however Arafat walked out of the negotiations, and therefor Israel technically complied with the agreement when they gave Arafat East Jerusalem and stuff. Therefor Israel still owns the land and the Palestinians remain in a limbo. It is only if Israel refuses to make peace with the Palestinians will the agreement be in violation, and they don't Abbas just has pre-conditions

    from the article: There. It's finally done. Israel has ended the occupation. Tick. Tick. Tick.
    First published 13:52 10.07.12 | Last updated 13:52 10.07.12
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